Until December 8, register for the 27th congress of the Association of Elementary Teachers, which will take place from December 10 to 12 in Quebec City under the theme "My profession, my training, my choices!" ".
Viewing news and news from a mobile device (smart phone, tablets or digital e-readers, etc.) is a growing trend in Quebec in 2014. In addition, the Internet is on the way to establishing itself as the main source. of information.
Waiting lists for organ donation are growing in several countries and, with the aging of the population, this situation is likely to continue for a long time to come. Let's see why it is important to be aware of this cause, at any age.
Until Sunday, Dakar is in "summit" mode for the 15th Francophonie Summit in Senegal. A delegation from New Brunswick, including teachers, takes part in the activities and demonstrates the impact of their “Acadiepedia, taking its place on the Web” project.
For cognitive reasons, it is often easier for children to learn a foreign language than for adults. A recent study indicates that the benefits of learning a new language on the brain are significant, for both children and adults.
During the last RÉCIT joint and collaborative training in Victoriaville, Claude Frenette offered a workshop on QR codes and their usefulness in the classroom. On the RÉCIT website, there is a summary of the main lines seen during this training.
From November 19 to 21, the World Health Organization (OSM) and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) met in Rome to reach consensus on how to tackle world hunger . Their objective: to achieve a global target in 2025 in terms of nutrition.
This dossier is about the digital book: description, formats and creation. Indeed, technological integration in schools raises a whole range of challenges and many teachers and managers are interested in digital books as a way of communicating information, but also as a support for student achievements.
Participate by using the creativity of your students to design a video of less than 3 minutes on the theme "An inspiring model!" Present a committed personality who has a positive impact on the Francophone fact in your community ”.
Twenty countries took part in the 2013 International Computer and Information Literacy Survey. In Canada, only two provinces participated: Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador. The average score for Ontario students (547) was significantly higher than the international average score (500).
The signing of the International Convention on the Rights of the Child took place on November 20, 1989. Since that day, the commemoration of this event is marked every year on the same date and is known as World Children's Day.